The encyclopaedia of chess

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Hale, Jan 1, 1976 - Games - 619 pages
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A compendium of information on the history of the game, most of its leading players, and its rules and variations throughout the world

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Rife with errors, despite of (or perhaps because of) a plethora of distinguished contributors, including former World Champion Dr. Euwe. The second edition might be better. Read full review

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Anne Sunnucks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
... Services Championships in 1968, and was the only woman to compete in either. Sunnucks compiled The Encyclopaedia of Chess (1970, second edition: 1976). ... wiki/ Anne_Sunnucks

Chess Notes by Edward Winter
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The Immortal Game: Bibliography
for Akiba Rubenstein, see Anne Sunnucks, The Encyclopaedia of Chess (St. Martin's Press, 1976), p. 414; for Carlos Torre-Repetto, see: ... doubleday/ immortalgame/ book_bibliography.php

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